European Wrestling Championships

The European Wrestling Championships is the second oldest international wrestling competition of the modern world and the main wrestling championships in Europe. It predates World Wrestling Championships and other regional wrestling championships and is second only to the wrestling events at the Olympics. From its inception in 1898 till 1927 only Greco-Roman wrestling was contested. Since 1929 separate freestyle wrestling events were held as well. Since 1970 the two Olympic wrestling styles were contested together during the same unified events. Since 1973 Sambo wrestling was included into the championships programme along with GR and freestyle wrestling[1] (subsequently discontinued and from 1983 contested separately). Since 2014 associated traditional wrestling styles recognized globally by UWW were incorporated into the annual championships schedule.

European Wrestling Championships
Statusactive
Genresports event
Date(s)February – May
Frequencyannual
Location(s)various
Inaugurated1911 (1911)
Activityamateur wrestling
Organised byFILAUWW Europe

SummaryEdit

Until 2005 there was held separate championships for each wrestling style. First women championships was held in 1988.

Pre 1911Edit

No. Year City Country Date Venue Style Events Winner
1 1898 Vienna   Austria-Hungary GR 1 (Open)   Russian Empire
2 1902 The Hague   Netherlands GR 1 (Open)   Denmark
3 1903 Rotterdam   Netherlands February 8 GR 1 (Open)   Denmark
4 1904 Amsterdam   Netherlands January 24 GR 1 (Open)   Bohemia
5 1905 Amsterdam   Netherlands January 28 – 29 GR 1 (Open)   Netherlands
6 1906 The Hague   Netherlands January 28 GR 3   German Empire
7 1907 Copenhagen   Denmark GR 3   Denmark
Vienna   Austria-Hungary GR 1 (Open)   Austria
8 1909 Malmö   Sweden February GR 4   Sweden
Dresden   German Empire September GR 4   German Empire
9 1910 Budapest   Austria-Hungary GR 3   Denmark

Post 1911Edit

No. Year City Country Date Venue Style Events Winner
1 1911 Budapest   Austria-Hungary GR 4   Austria
2 1921 Offenbach   Germany GR 5   Germany
3 1924 Neunkirchen   Germany GR 7   Germany
4 1925 Milan   Italy GR 6   Hungary
5 1926 Riga   Latvia GR 6   Germany
6 1927 Budapest   Hungary GR 6   Hungary
7 1929 Paris   France February FS 7   Sweden
Dortmund   Germany April GR 6   Sweden
8 1930 Stockholm   Sweden March GR 7   Sweden
Brussels   Belgium May FS 7   Belgium
9 1931 Prague   Czechoslovakia March GR 7   Finland
Budapest   Hungary October FS 7   Hungary
10 1933 Helsinki   Finland March GR 7   Finland
Paris   France November FS 7   Switzerland
11 1934 Rome   Italy April GR 7   Sweden
Stockholm   Sweden October FS 7   Sweden
12 1935 Copenhagen   Denmark April GR 7   Nazi Germany
Brussels   Belgium September FS 7   Hungary
13 1937 Paris   France May GR 7   Sweden
Munchen   Nazi Germany October FS 7   Nazi Germany
14 1938 Tallinn   Estonia GR 7   Sweden
15 1939 Oslo   Norway GR 7   Sweden
16 1946 Stockholm   Sweden FS 8   Turkey
17 1947 Prague   Czechoslovakia April 11 – 14 GR 8   Sweden
18 1949 Istanbul   Turkey FS 8   Turkey
19 1966 Essen   West Germany GR 8   Soviet Union
Carlsruhe   West Germany FS 8   Soviet Union
20 1967 Minsk   Soviet Union Minsk Sports Palace GR 8   Soviet Union
Istanbul   Turkey FS 8   Turkey
21 1968 Västerås   Sweden June 14 – 16 GR 8   Soviet Union
Skopje   Yugoslavia July 2 – 4 FS 8   Bulgaria
22 1969 Modena   Italy GR 10   Yugoslavia
Sofia   Bulgaria FS 10   Soviet Union
23 1970 East Berlin   East Germany June 9 – 14 GR 10   East Germany
FS 10   Soviet Union
24 1972 Katowice   Poland May 24 – 30 Spodek Arena GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
25 1973 Losanna   Switzerland March FS 10   Soviet Union
Helsinki   Finland June GR 10   Bulgaria
26 1974 Madrid   Spain June 21 – 29 Palacio de Deportes GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
Sambo 10   Soviet Union
27 1975 Ludwigshafen   West Germany GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
Sambo 10 not contested
28 1976 Leningrad   Soviet Union April 12 – 23 Yubileyny Sports Palace GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
Sambo 10   Soviet Union
29 1977 Bursa   Turkey GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
30 1978 Sofia   Bulgaria April 22 – 24 GR 10   Romania
May 5 – 7 FS 10   Bulgaria
31 1979 Bucharest   Romania April 16 – 21 GR 10   Romania
FS 10   Soviet Union
32 1980 Prievidza   Czechoslovakia April 20 – 27 GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
33 1981 Gothenburg   Sweden April 8 – 11 GR 10   Soviet Union
Lodz   Poland April 23 – 26 FS 10   Soviet Union
34 1982 Varna   Bulgaria April 17 – 25 GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
Sambo 10   Soviet Union
35 1983 Budapest   Hungary April GR 10   Bulgaria
  Soviet Union
April FS 10   Bulgaria
36 1984 Jönköping   Sweden April GR 10   Soviet Union
April FS 10   Soviet Union
37 1985 Leipzig   East Germany April GR 10   Soviet Union
April FS 10   Soviet Union
38 1986 Piraeus   Greece April 14 – 20 GR 10   Soviet Union
FS 10   Soviet Union
39 1987 Veliko Tarnovo   Bulgaria May FS 10   Soviet Union
Tampere   Finland May GR 10   Soviet Union
40 1988 Manchester   UK April FS 10   Soviet Union
Kolbotn   Norway May GR 10   Soviet Union
Dijon   France July LF 9   France
41 1989 Oulu   Finland May 5 – 7 GR 10   Soviet Union
Ankara   Turkey May 12 – 14 FS 10   Soviet Union
42 1990 Poznan   Poland May 6 – 8 FS 10   Soviet Union
May 1 – 15 GR 10   Soviet Union
43 1991 Aschaffenburg   Germany April GR 10   Soviet Union
Stuttgart May FS 10   Soviet Union
44 1992 Copenhagen   Denmark April 24 GR 10   CIS
Kaposvár   Hungary May 1 FS 10   CIS
45 1993 Istanbul   Turkey January GR 10   Russia
January FS 10   Turkey
Ivanovo   Russia January Ivanovo Sports Palace LF 9   Russia
46 1994 Athens   Greece April GR 10   Russia
  Ukraine
Rome   Italy April FS 10   Russia
47 1995 Besançon   France 26–30 April GR 10   Russia
Fribourg   Switzerland 8–11 April FS 10   Russia
48 1996 Budapest   Hungary 21 March GR 10   Russia
27 March FS 10   Russia
Oslo   Norway June LF 9   Russia
49 1997 Kouvola   Finland May GR 8   Turkey
Warsaw   Poland May FS 8   Russia
LF 6   France
50 1998 Minsk   Belarus April Minsk Sports Palace GR 8   Russia
Bratislava   Slovakia May FS 8   Ukraine
LF 6   Russia
51 1999 Minsk   Belarus April 15 – 18 Minsk Sports Palace FS 8   Russia
Götzis   Austria April 24 – May 1 LF 6   France
Sofia   Bulgaria May 13 – 16 GR 8   Russia
52 2000 Moscow   Russia April 13 – 18 CSKA Arena GR 8   Russia
Budapest   Hungary April 9 Népstadion FS 8   Russia
LF 6   Russia
53 2001 Budapest   Hungary April FS 8   Russia
LF 6   Russia
Istanbul   Turkey May GR 8   Turkey
54 2002 Seinäjoki   Finland April GR 7   Russia
LF 7   Russia
Baku   Azerbaijan May 1 Heydar Aliyev Sports Complex FS 7   Russia
55 2003 Belgrade   Serbia and Montenegro May 1 GR 7   Russia
Riga   Latvia May 23 FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Russia
56 2004 Haparanda   Sweden April 8 – 11 GR 7   Ukraine
LF 7   Ukraine
Ankara   Turkey April 23 – 25 FS 7   Russia
57 2005 Varna   Bulgaria April GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Ukraine
LF 7   Russia
58 2006 Moscow   Russia April 25 – 30 Megasport Arena GR 7   Turkey
FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Russia
59 2007 Sofia   Bulgaria April 17 – 22 Winter Sports Palace GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Ukraine
LF 7   Russia
60 2008 Tampere   Finland April 1 – 6 Tampere Sports Centre GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Russia
61 2009 Vilnius   Lithuania March 31 – April 5 Utenos pramogų arena GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Azerbaijan
LF 7   Russia
62 2010 Baku   Azerbaijan April 13 – 18 Heydar Aliyev Sports Complex GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Russia
63 2011 Dortmund   Germany March 29 – April 3 Westfalenhallen GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Ukraine
64 2012 Belgrade   Serbia March 8 – 11 Kombank Arena GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Ukraine
65 2013 Tbilisi   Georgia March 19 – 24 Tbilisi Sports Palace GR 7   Russia
FS 7   Russia
LF 7   Ukraine
66 2014 Vantaa   Finland April 1 – 6 Trio Arena GR 8   Russia
FS 8   Russia
LF 8   Russia
67 2016 Riga   Latvia March 8 – 13 Arena Riga GR 8   Russia
FS 8   Georgia
LF 8   Ukraine
68 2017 Novi Sad   Serbia May 2 – 7 SPC Vojvodina GR 8   Hungary
FS 8   Azerbaijan
LF 8   Russia
69 2018 Kaspiysk   Russia April 30 – May 6 Ali Aliyev Sport Complex GR 10   Russia
FS 10   Russia
LF 10   Russia
70 2019 Bucharest   Romania April 8 – 14 Polyvalent Hall GR 10   Russia
FS 10   Russia
LF 10   Ukraine
71 2020 Rome   Italy February 10 – 16 PalaPellicone GR 10   Russia
FS 10   Russia
LF 10   Russia
72 2021 Warsaw   Poland April 19 – 25 Torwar Hall GR 10   Russia
FS 10   Russia
LF 10   Russia
73 2022 Budapest   Hungary March 28 – April 3 Budapest Sports Arena GR 10   Azerbaijan
FS 10   Azerbaijan
LF 10   Turkey
74 2023 Zagreb   Croatia April 17 – 23 TBA GR 10 TBD
FS 10 TBD
LF 10 TBD
75 2024 Bucharest   Romania February 12 – 18 TBA GR 10 TBD
FS 10 TBD
LF 10 TBD
  • FS : Freestyle / GR : Greco-Roman / LF : Women's Freestyle
  • Until 2018 : 67 GR, 60 FS, 24 LF

Medal summaryEdit

As of 2022
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia2429895435
2  Soviet Union23010773410
3  Bulgaria142146158446
4  Turkey10489142335
5  Sweden847483241
6  Germany75111121307
7  Hungary669293251
8  Ukraine6082105247
9  Azerbaijan584153152
10  Poland386685189
11  Finland353546116
12  Georgia304673149
13  Romania297885192
14  France272867122
15  Armenia27273690
16  Belarus216072153
17  East Germany16384094
18  Italy14153564
19  Yugoslavia12131540
20  Norway11171846
21  Switzerland8141032
22  CIS83213
23  Moldova7112644
24  Estonia6141333
25  Greece5192549
26  Austria56920
27  Latvia55818
28  Slovakia54817
29  Czechoslovakia4113247
30  Belgium411520
31  Denmark47415
32  Serbia341017
33  North Macedonia2046
34  Czech Republic1359
35  Egypt1124
36  San Marino1113
37  Israel07512
38  Great Britain0448
39  Lithuania0279
40  Spain0178
41  Netherlands0145
42  Albania0123
43  Monaco0101
44  Croatia0077
45  Slovenia0011
Totals (45 entries)1390139416964480

Youth WrestlingEdit

European U23 Wrestling ChampionshipsEdit

The European U23 Wrestling Championships is main wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 2015 Wałbrzych   Poland 24
2 2016 Russe   Bulgaria 24
3 2017 Szombathely   Hungary 24
4 2018 Istanbul   Turkey 30
5 2019 Novi Sad   Serbia 30
6 2021 Skopje   North Macedonia 30
7 2022 Plovdiv   Bulgaria 30
8 2023 Bucharest   Romania 30
9 2024 Baku   Azerbaijan 30

Medals U23Edit

As of 2022 European U23 Wrestling Championship
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Russia533037120
2  Georgia25173476
3  Turkey202458102
4  Azerbaijan20143569
5  Ukraine17193167
6  Hungary1062440
7  Moldova871530
8  Poland851326
9  Belarus692338
10  Armenia481729
11  Germany471627
12  Sweden35513
13  France33511
14  Finland3238
15  Romania281121
16  Bulgaria171422
17  Serbia1326
18  Greece1135
19  Denmark1102
20  Italy1045
21  Netherlands1012
22  Croatia0415
23  Austria0325
24  Czech Republic0303
25  Lithuania0246
26  Slovakia0213
27  Norway0189
28  Estonia0112
29  Albania0011
  Belgium0011
  Great Britain0011
  Israel0011
  Latvia0011
  North Macedonia0011
Totals (34 entries)192192374758

European Espoirs Wrestling Championships (U20)Edit

The European Espoirs Wrestling Championships is main wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 1970 Huskvarna   Sweden 20
2 1972 Hvar   Yugoslavia 20
3 1974 Haparanda   Sweden 20
4 1976 Poznan   Poland 20
5 1978 Oulu   Finland 20
6 1982 Leipzig   East Germany 20
7 1984 Slaghaven   Denmark (LL) 10
Fredrikshavn   Denmark (GR) 10
8 1986 Lidköping   Sweden (LL) 10
Malmö   Sweden (GR) 10
9 1988 Wałbrzych   Poland 20
10 1990 Unknown Unknown 20
11 1992 Szekesfehervar   Hungary 20
12 1994 Kuortane   Finland (LL) 10
Istanbul   Turkey (GR) 10

LL : Freestyle / GR : Greco-Roman / LF : Women's Freestyle

European Juniors Wrestling Championship (U20)Edit

The European Juniors Wrestling Championships is main wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 1980 Bursa   Turkey 20
2 1981 Unknown Unknown (GR) 10
3 1984 Lodz   Poland 20
4 1985 Bologna   Italy 20
5 1987 Katowice   Poland 20
6 1989 Bursa   Turkey (LL) 10
Witten   Germany (GR) 10
7 1991 Istanbul   Turkey (LL) 10
8 1993 Goetzis   Austria 20
9 1995 Witten   Germany (LL , GR) 20
Klippan   Sweden (LF) 7
10 1996 Sofia   Bulgaria (LL , GR) 20
Rodby   Denmark (LF) 8
11 1997 Istanbul   Turkey (LL , GR) 20
Hradec Králové   Czech Republic (LF) 8
12 1998 Radovis   North Macedonia (LL) 10
Tirana   Albania (GR) 10
Patras   Greece (LF) 8
13 1999 Budapest   Hungary (GR , LF) 17
Riga   Latvia (LL) 9
14 2000 Sofia   Bulgaria 26
15 2002 Tirana   Albania (LL , LF) 17
Subotica   Yugoslavia (GR) 9
Edition Year Host city Host country Events
16 2004 Sofia   Bulgaria (LL , LF) 16
Murska Sobota   Slovenia (GR) 8
17 2005 Wroclaw   Poland 24
18 2006 Szombathely   Hungary 24
19 2007 Belgrade   Serbia 24
20 2008 Košice   Slovakia 24
21 2009 Tbilisi   Georgia 24
22 2010 Samokov   Bulgaria 24
23 2011 Zrenjanin   Serbia 24
24 2012 Zagreb   Croatia 24
25 2013 Skopje   North Macedonia 24
26 2014 Warsaw   Poland 24
27 2015 Istanbul   Turkey 24
28 2016 Bucharest   Romania 24
29 2017 Dortmund   Germany 24
30 2018 Rome   Italy 30
31 2019 Pontevedra   Spain 30
32 2021 Dortmund   Germany 30
33 2022 Rome   Italy 30

LL : Freestyle / GR : Greco-Roman / LF : Women's Freestyle

European Cadets Wrestling Championship (U17)Edit

The European Cadets Wrestling Championships is main wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 1986 Bursa   Turkey 26
2 1988 Izmir   Turkey 22
3 2000 Bratislava   Slovakia 30
4 2001 Izmir   Turkey 30
5 2002 Vilnius   Lithuania (LL) 10
Odessa   Ukraine (GR) 10
Albena   Bulgaria (LF) 10
6 2003 Skopje   North Macedonia (LL) 10
Rostov-on-Don   Russia (GR) 10
Sevilla   Spain (LF) 10
7 2004 Albena   Bulgaria (GR , LF) 20
Istanbul   Turkey (LL) 10
8 2005 Tirana   Albania 30
9 2006 Istanbul   Turkey 30
10 2007 Warsaw   Poland 30
11 2008 Daugavpils   Latvia 30
12 2009 Zrenjanin   Serbia 30
13 2010 Sarajevo   Bosnia and Herzegovina 30
14 2011 Warsaw   Poland 30
15 2012 Katowice   Poland 30
16 2013 Bar   Montenegro 30
17 2014 Samokov   Bulgaria 30
18 2015 Subotica   Serbia 30
19 2016 Stockholm   Sweden 30
20 2017 Sarajevo   Bosnia and Herzegovina 30
21 2018 Skopje   North Macedonia 30
22 2019 Faenza   Italy 30
23 2021 Samokov   Bulgaria 30
24 2022 Bucharest   Romania 30

LL : Freestyle / GR : Greco-Roman / LF : Women's Freestyle

European Schools Wrestling Championship (U15)Edit

The European Schools Wrestling Championships is main wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host city Host country Events
1 2017 Belgrade   Serbia 30
2 2018 Győr   Hungary 30
3 2019 Krakow   Poland 30
4 2021 Sofia   Bulgaria 30

Traditional wrestlingEdit

[2]

European Sambo ChampionshipsEdit

Among the decisions taken during the 1973 FILA Congress, held under the FILA President Milan Ercegan, Sambo, a special form of wrestling particularly practised in the USSR and Asia, was recognized. Among the decisions taken during the Congress, Sambo for the first time was included in the programme of the 1974 European Wrestling Championships (along with GR and freestyle.) During the Congress, the attribution of the next freestyle wrestling, Greco-Roman wrestling and Sambo championships was decided as follows: European Championships: 1974 at Madrid (Spain,) 1975 at Ludwigshafen (West Germany,) 1976 in Turkey. World Championships: 1974 at Tehran. Junior European Championships: 1974 at Poznan (Poland.) Junior World Championships: 1973 at Miami (USA.)[1] After the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, anti-Soviet international sentiment led to a discontinuation of Sambo from the Championships programme.

European Grappling ChampionshipsEdit

The European Grappling Championships (GP) is main traditional wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 2015   Sassari, Italy 26
2 2016   Rome, Italy 26
3 2017   Novi Sad, Serbia 26
4 2018   Kaspiysk, Russia 26

Sources: [3][4][5][6][7][8][9][10][11][12][13][14]

European Pankration ChampionshipsEdit

The European Pankration Championships (PK) is main traditional wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 2014   Bucharest, Romania
2 2015   Tbilisi, Georgia
3 2016   Budapest, Hungary
4 2017   Brindisi, Italy
5 2018   Zrenjanin, Serbia

Sources: [15][16][17][18][19][20][21][22][7][23][24][25][26][27][28][29][30]

European Alysh ChampionshipsEdit

The European Alysh Championships (Belt Wrestling Alysh or BWUWW or AL) is main traditional wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 2014   Liepaja, Latvia
2 2017   Novi Sad, Serbia 4
3 2018   Zrenjanin, Serbia

Sources: [31][7][13][32][23][24]

European Pahlavani ChampionshipsEdit

The European Pahlavani Championships (Pahlavani Wrestling or PW) is main traditional wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 2017   Novi Sad, Serbia
2 2019

Sources: [7][9][13][33]

European Kazak Kuresi ChampionshipsEdit

The European Kazak Kuresi Championships (Kazakh Wrestling or KK) is main traditional wrestling championships in Europe.

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 2014   Liepaja, Latvia
2 2017   Novi Sad, Serbia

Sources: [7][32][9][13][34][35][36]

European Beach Wrestling ChampionshipsEdit

The European Beach Wrestling Championships (BW) is main traditional wrestling championships in Europe.

  • Until 2018 no competition.

See alsoEdit

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